Liquid Bubble Style Loading Indicator Plugin With jQuery - createWaterBall

Liquid Bubble Style Loading Indicator Plugin With jQuery - createWaterBall
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createWaterBall is a lightweight jQuery plugin which makes use of HTML5 canvas API to render a customizable loading indicator (progress indicator) in the shape of a liquid bubble with animated waves.

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How to use it:

1. Load the latest version of jQuery library and the createWaterBall plugin's script in the html file.

<script src="//code.jquery.com/jquery-3.2.1.min.js"></script>
<script src="createWaterBall-jquery.js"></script>

2. Create a placeholder element in which you want to draw the liquid loading indicator.

<div class="demo"></div>

3. Enable the plugin and set the target percentage the liquid loading indicator should animate to.

$('.demo').createWaterBall({
  targetRange:45
});

4. All default configuration options to create your own liquid loading indicator.

$('.demo').createWaterBall({

  // canvas options
  cvs_config:{
    width:220,
    height:220
  },

  // wave options
  wave_config:{
    sX:0,
    sY:220 / 2,
    waveWidth:0.015,
    waveHeight:5,
    axisLength:220,
    speed:0.09,
    xOffset:0
  },

  // circle options
  circle_config:{
    r:220 / 2,
    cR:220 / 2 - 5
  },

  // true = hide the percentage text
  isLoading:false,

  // current percentage
  nowRange:0,

  // target percentage
  targetRange:0,

  // line width
  lineWidth:2,

  // data range
  data_range:[60,80,100],

  // text color
  textColorRange:['#fe5022','#fff','#fff'],

  // line color
  circle_line_color:['#fe3702','#ffa200','#4ed752'],

  // background color
  main_backcolor_range:[['#fe5e21','#f98957'],['#ffb30c','#f7d35a'],['#2ed351','#8ced6c']],

  // background color
  backcolor_range:[['#f76b3b','#f14f17'],['#f4d672','#ffb50d'],['#43ea83','#12ce55']]
  
});

This awesome jQuery plugin is developed by CoolCola. For more Advanced Usages, please check the demo page or visit the official website.